My husband and I visited Sedona for vacation, and decided to go Star Gazing. We live in the city, and rarely get to see stars like you will see in middle-of-nowhere Arizona. Basically you drive out to a high school soccer field (it is so dark out there, so GPS or iphone is helpful), and they have chairs and blankets set up for you. Matt was our tour guide to the stars, and he was very knowledgeable about astronomy. (My husband and I both have science backgrounds, and still learned quite a bit.) It was a moonless night when we went; he pointed out practically every constellation in the sky with an awesome night sky lazer pointer. We also saw examples of white dwarfs, developing and dying star systems, binary systems, and a great view of Jupiter's moons. (PS-if the moon is out they look at craters close up so don't worry, you will still see stuff). If you were at all ever interested in astronomy, this is a very fun learning activity! Plus, seriously, if you live in the city, you will never see that many stars again. Amazing!